Since opening the Atlanta Artist Lost Gig Fund on March 18th, 2020 104 Atlanta artists who reported lost gigs due to COVID-19 have been funded. With $50,290 raised and $48,740 of those funds already distributed to applicants. ••••••• The demographic breakdown of artists who received funds from the Atlanta Artist Lost Gig Fund. 36% Black 5.8%…

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The purpose of this survey was to gauge the overall impact of losses by individual artists and impact due to COVID-19 related social distancing and medical issues. Last month C4 Atlanta published preliminary findings of the Atlanta COVID-19 Artist Impact Survey. As promised, we have shared above the presentation of all final results. Thank you to everyone…

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From C4 Atlanta’s Executive Director: This blog is in response to recently discovering that black arts organizations were excluded from the Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta’s initial funding of $580,000 to support COVID-19 impact relief. In the spirit of transparency, C4 Atlanta has received several grant awards from the Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta (CFGA).…

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Published 3/23, last updated 6/10. The Team here at C4 Atlanta would like to provide a list of resources for Artist’s needs during this COVID-19 quarantine. Many organizations and groups we love are putting resources in the artist’s hands. We’ll share those lists, some specific Atlanta resources and other materials to support you through these…

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C4 Atlanta recently closed the Atlanta COVID-19 Artist Impact Survey. Our staff would like to share some of the preliminary findings ahead of our full data analysis. We will be sharing more detailed findings shortly. The purpose of this survey was to gauge the overall impact of losses by individual artists and impact due to COVID-19 related social distancing…

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C4 Atlanta has recently shared some Pop-Up Classes for COVID-19 related issues. In an effort to make the content of these programs more accessible, we have recorded them so that artists may share the content with others or refer back to it. On April 24, 2020, C4 Atlanta welcomed Rebecca Selkowe,  as facilitators for COVID-19…

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C4 Atlanta has recently shared some Pop-Up Classes for COVID-19 related issues. In an effort to make the content of these programs more accessible, we have recorded them so that artists may share the content with others or refer back to it. On April 22, 2020, C4 Atlanta welcomed Renata Marinaro, of Actors Fund, and…

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“I am grateful for the organization swiftly coming to the aid of many artists suffering during this time. From seeing one gig to the next being cancelled I really had no idea how all this was going to play out or how long. I am very thankful I was awarded the fund.” Of the 78 applicants who…

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Atlanta has a strong and growing creative economy. Everyday, we meet women who are on the ground working to break down barriers, build community, inspire, inform, and entertain the people of Atlanta through the arts. For National Women’s History Month in March, C4 Atlanta will be curating a Leading Lady blog series celebrating the women in…

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